How do you maintain your habits when recovering from an injury?

Emmy Y.
Put aside time in your schedule to do what you feel is right for your body in that moment. Maybe it is completing some of your habits or maybe it is having some "ME" time or you could complete your habit but on a smaller scale for example if your habit was to excersise and you have injured yourself you could do some gentle stretching. I hope this is helpful 💕

Fabio Z.
If you’re recovering from an injury, do what you can and don’t stress over what you can’t! It is more important to recover fully than to push yourself and possibly aggravate the injury. If you must absolutely maintain all your habits, take the habits that could aggravate your injury and do they slowly, or find an alternative!

Ivana Q.
If you’re recovering from an injury, do what you can and don’t stress over what you can’t! It is more important to recover fully than to push yourself and possibly aggravate the injury. If you must absolutely maintain all your habits, take the habits that could aggravate your injury and do they slowly, or find an alternative!

Matteo C.
If you’re recovering from an injury, do what you can and don’t stress over what you can’t! It is more important to recover fully than to push yourself and possibly aggravate the injury. If you must absolutely maintain all your habits, take the habits that could aggravate your injury and do they slowly, or find an alternative!

Yolanda F.
Adapt. Always follow doctor’s orders. But make your exercise time, the physical exercises prescribed. If you’re bed ridden, stretch like a cat, in the ways that feel good. But more than anything life will always be going on. I suggest listening to the child and the sage meditation for further advice.

Thomas Z.
If you’re recovering from an injury, do what you can and don’t stress over what you can’t! It is more important to recover fully than to push yourself and possibly aggravate the injury. If you must absolutely maintain all your habits, take the habits that could aggravate your injury and do they slowly, or find an alternative!